The Graffiti Walk
Table of Contents
Once was the most dangerous part of Medellin, is now a popular tourist destination.
The Immersive Walking Tours
Street Performers, Graffiti and Street Art
The Famous Escalators of Comuna 13
Getting Something To Eat
Travel Tip / FYI
Expect to be walking for about 2 hours in Comuna 13. During the Weekday is the best time to go less congested. Comuna 13 gets extremely crowded during the weekend which makes it difficult to walk on the path. Taxis won’t take you to the top where the stairs begin, so expect to hike up a steep hill before getting to the steps.
Some additional items you should bring to make your experience more comfortable:
- Sunscreen or Hat
- Comfortable Shoes and Clothing
Monday to Friday 9am to 6:00pm
Weekend and holidays 10am to 6pm
Getting There & Parking
Metro: The closest metro station to Comuna 13 is San Javier station. If you’re coming from Poblado take Line A to San Antonio station and transfer to the B line. Take the B line to the last top which is San Javiar. From San Javier its about half mile walk to the Comuna 13 escalators.
Taxi / Uber: Most Taxi know where Comuna 13, but alot of the Taxis in Poblado seem to be clueless. Its best to grab a taxi from Laureles area to take you to Comuna 13. You can just type in Comuna 13 Tour in Uber and it’ll take you straight there.